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September 08, 2019

TV's Original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter's Daughter Jessica Is All Grown up & Looks like Famous Mom

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Lynda Carter, TV’s original wonder woman, has no doubt passed her superior genes down on her daughter, Jessica.

As shown on her Instagram page, Jessica has a striking resemblance to her legendary mother.

Jessica may not have her mother’s Hollywood fame, but her lifestyle has been as glamorous.

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Jessica is Lynda’s second child with her husband, attorney Robert Altman. She has a brother named James.

FOLLOWING IN THEIR DAD'S FOOTSTEPS

While Jessica certainly has the looks to make it big in Hollywood like her mother, she chose to follow in the footsteps of her father. She and his brother pursued careers in law.

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Jessica earned both her undergraduate degree in psychology and her law degree at the University of Michigan.

She now works as an associate in the litigation department of the Washington, D.C. law firm Gibson Dunn & Crutcher.

His brother studied at George Washington University Law School, his father’s alma mater.

Their mother will be forever remembered for playing Wonder Woman, TV’s first female superhero.

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She played the role from 1975 to 1979. Prior to achieving fame as Wonder Woman, Lynda was also crowned Miss World USA.

She had also auditioned for the role of Captain Kathryn Janeway on the TV series, “Star Trek: Voyager.”

Lynda, who married Robert Altman in 1984, was previously married to Ron Samuels from 1977 to 1982.

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Jessica may not have her mother’s Hollywood fame, but her lifestyle has been as glamorous.

Her Instagram page shows her stylish vacations to such places as the United Kingdom, Fiji, Singapore, China, New Zealand, and Italy to name a few.

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WALK OF FAME STAR

Lynda was recently honored with a Hollywood Walk of Fame star.

She appeared on the ceremony looking as stunning as ever, wearing a form-fitting black dress paired with heels.

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In her acceptance speech, she said:

"It will be here forever, and maybe it needs to say Wonder Woman. Hopefully, this character and I will live on in the memories of people."

She was accompanied by the director of 2017 movie “Wonder Woman,” Patty Jenkins during the event. The 2017 movie was starred by actress Gal Gadot.

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